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Smart Living Watch a momma dog heroically protect her pup from a vicious leopard attack

20:15  07 june  2018
20:15  07 june  2018 Source:

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A video from Newslions shows a puppy walking around alone outside somewhere in India.

All of a sudden, a leopard attacks the puppy, pouncing on it from out of nowhere.

In a matter of seconds, the puppy's mother jumps out and attacks the leopard.

The mother dog successfully chases away the leopard and saves her puppy.

Watch the video below.

Leopard goes after a pup and the pup’s mom goes beast mode on the leopard. @barstooloutdoors (via @newslions)

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